Bangladesh is preparing to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Libya to regulate the movement of workers between the two countries, according to Bangladeshi ambassador Shamim Al-Zaman, the Ministry of Labor and Rehabilitation said on its Facebook page.

The Bangladeshi ambassador's confirmation came during his meeting Monday with the Minister of Labor and Rehabilitation, Ali Al-Abed, on the occasion of the end of his term as ambassador to Libya.

 Al-Abed hailed at the meeting the efforts of the ambassador during his tenure in Libya, which contributed to strengthening the existing bilateral relations between the two friendly countries, and increasing joint cooperation in all fields, especially the labor field, wishing him success in his future duties.

The Ministry added that the Bangladeshi ambassador expressed during the meeting his thanks and appreciation to the officials in Libya for the support and cooperation he received that contributed to the success of his work tasks, pointing to his country's keenness to develop relations we with Libya and to prepare for the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the ministries of labor in the two countries in Tripoli as soon as possible to regulate the movement of workers through official routes and the Wafed digital platform.